Dark Harvest
  • Well, when I rented the film Dark Harvest, I thought it would turn out to be something scary
  • Not a great film and one I definitely don't recommend


    • by Steve
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      Well, when I rented the film Dark Harvest, I thought it would turn out to be something scary. Instead, it turned out to be yet another terrible horror film that lacked both scares and believable plot.

      You have a guy who is adopted and seeks to learn more about his biological family when he learns his father died and


      left him a farm in West Virginia (why do these movies always take place in West Virginia?).

      While there, he learns a family ancestor made a pact with the devil and murdered people and (talk about bad timing) he is visiting during the blood moon, the one night the spirits of those killed come back to life to seek ...


      • revenge against the family.

        The movie probably would have been good except for a couple things.

        First, why in the world are the scarecrows still up after 60+ years and why are they killing people who aren’t related to him.

        Secondly, for evil spirits, they seem awfully human to me.

        They bleed and look like nothing more than people

        in costumes.

        They aren’t too bright either.

        Locked doors stop them but they don’t think to smash windows.

        And, when they are hiding in the barn, the spirits apparently don’t realize they need to pull open the unlocked barn door to get inside (or walk through the gaping hole in the wall).

        Not a great film and one I definitely don’t recommend.


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